Working Student Appreciation Week

If we haven’t said it enough, we are so impressed by you and your work in our programs. We know you’re juggling a full-time job, certificate program, and more!

We want to celebrate your determination with prizes and the opportunity to share your accomplishments with others.

Get your Celebration Kit!

 

You should have received an email to confirm your mailing address. If you didn’t, email us at studentappreciation@pathstream.com by June 3 with your name and mailing address, and we’ll make sure you get your gift!

Win Prizes!

Complete 4 celebratory challenges and receive a $100 American Express gift card

Challenge 1

Sign-up for a FREE Career Path Consult. 

Challenge 2

Gift up to 3 coworkers a FREE Career Path Consult. Our career coaches will discuss career advancement opportunities in their job track. 

Challenge 3

In your kit, you’ll find this flyer. Post the flyer on your breakroom’s information board.

Take a picture and send it to us at StudentAppreciation@pathstream.com to complete the challenge!

Challenge 4

Celebrate your success! Share your favorite part of the program with your coworkers and ask them what they are passionate about professionally–whether it’s growing a side hustle, being creative, or learning project management.

Answer a few questions and earn FREE lunch for you and up to 3 coworkers ($25 in UberEats credits each)!

Exclusive Workshops

Be a part of an exclusive two-part Business Leadership webinar series, where you’ll learn in-demand leadership skills that help you be more effective at work and excel in your career.

Invite your friends and register for the virtual events below to take your skills to the next level.

Workshop #1

Business Leadership Workshop: Build your confidence at work

Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at 4:30 PM PST / 7:30 PM EST

In this workshop, we will explore the fundamental and often-overlooked leadership skill of how to give and receive feedback. You’ll learn tangible skills and frameworks for delivering feedback (both positive and negative), as well as strategies for being on the receiving end of feedback conversations.

Lauren Pizer

Co-Founder & Vice President of Learning Experience
Lauren has over a decade of experience in learning design, student experience, and program management in the education sector. She designed the student experience and curriculums for several fast-growth education startups.
Workshop #2

Power Skills Workshop: Create a plan to tackle any project

Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at 4:30 PM PST / 7:30 PM EST

Create a plan to tackle any project. In a world where project management skills are part of virtually all job descriptions, it’s critical to have a solid understanding of how to scope, create and execute on a project. This workshop will focus on teaching you proven project management skills and strategies used by experts today.

Kelsey Watson

Career Services & Operations Manager
Kelsey is the Career Services & Operations Manager at Pathstream where she helps students advance their careers. She has a decade of experience in project, product and program management for a wide range of companies from small startups to large enterprises.

Did you know your company can pay for certificates that will advance your career?

See your employer’s funding options and sign up now.

You’re in good company!

Portland Reed

“My company wants its employees to thrive. They are looking for innovators, entrepreneur-like minds, and employees to think big. Offering education benefits helps us learn valuable skills and advance our careers while improving the organization, customer service, and increasing revenue.

I learned the basics of business analytics and parlayed what I learned in my actual job to improve our department’s productivity. Essentially, I found a way for us to speed up processing freight, and as a result, I got promoted and our department broke records.

Robert Guise

Don’t hesitate to explore what is out there. I jumped into Pathstream’s Tableau Data Analytics program hoping to walk away with a single skill and ended up walking away with so much more than that.

I can’t express how satisfying it is to take a course and walk away feeling that you’ve learned something new, or that you have a new skill to add on your resume as you navigate future careers.

TiQuan Woodley

“I have been a project manager for eight years, and I already have a lot of project management skills. What surprised me was the leadership skills I picked up.

The program teaches you how to delegate responsibilities amongst your team to execute projects. You also learn how to communicate with your team to ensure a project remains on track and address conflicts should they arise. I definitely will apply those skills in my new role.”

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